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the bureaucrats label at risk of failure but they'll learn. >> going to our schools is a ticket to educational success. all gatt outstanding test stores -- state score. >> we do with less per child >> for less money how do they get the kids interested? >> interested in math? reading, writing. [laughter] the school day is longer kids stay in tel weathercock p.m. they told us they don't mind. >> you will burn out. >> we have our eye on the prize. >> views new teaching techniques stand wear your pieces in their coached by their bosses. >> they tell me things i don't see or for don't think of a great question. >> review teachers as athletes that need constant support to be at the top of their game. >> these kids waved their hands but they explain active listening instead of asking can i go to the bathroom they make hand gestures. >> high test scores that parents lined up hoping their kid is admitted. >> this line goes on and on and around the block. >> so many applicants but not many spaces. >> so what do you do? they hold a lottery. >> the winners are happy but there are more losers. in the oakla
universities and couple of them started by two stanford professors and world class education for free or near free . what are employers looking for? intelligence and drive and discipline . it used to be a college degree stood for those things and now they have faster and better ways to determine whether they want to hire someone. >> john, billions of dollars in government stub sidies for llege education are worthless? >> they are worthless and i a not going to defend them but what botherings me is it a notionful a job that requires a college degree. i don't care if you want to be an investment banking analyst, there is nothing you learned in the four years that has nothing to do with the job you will eventually do . the idea that college is going to make us better or worse, jobbings are not plentiful because government is getting in the way of. >> emac a lot of the plumber jobs don't require college. but associates degrease pay more than the college jobbings. >> yes, a trade pays more. you can see it in the nuclear medicine technology. >> these are associate degrees and don't require full fou
to educate members and then get them to listen to their constituents and give us feedback as to what we can do that will work and that will be something acceptable to the public. lou: mr. chairman, may i congratulate you? you have just become the first congressman or senator with whom i have spoken on this issue of the course of the past decade to say that he did not want to go out to educate the american people but rather to educate congress and go out to the american people to hear their views, concerns, thoughts, and ideas. naturally, sincerely company you for that and i think that is such a critically important perspective of our nation's leader. >> we have representative democracy, and a lot of people overlook that when they look to a congress to rush in to solve a problem, * we russian -- we had to push past something that does not solve the problem or did it builds up to a large piece of legislation and then it collapses as immigration reform it in the senate a few years ago neither of those approaches is good. i think the approach of looking at each aspect of this program and trying
. >> going to our school, is a ticket to educational success. john: this woman runs several charter schools, all get outstanding test scores. you do this with the same money that public schools get. >> we do it with less, 4 and 6,000-dollars less per child. john: how did they get them so interested? in math and ? >> yes. >> and reading. >> and writing. john: learning is work. >> it don't matter? john: the school day here is longer. kidding stay until 5:00 p.m. >> charter teachers can be asked to work more than union would have allowed, they don't mind. john: i are going to burn out, why are you not ticked off? >> that is not an option for us, we have the high end of the prize with the kids. john: they have new teacher techniques, sometimes teachers wear earpieces in class, and coached by bosses. >> they tell me things that i don't see, if i don't think of a great question if the moment, my principal feeds it to me through the earpiece. >> we view teachers as athletes in the olympics they need support and coaching, to be at' top of their game. john: these kids wave their hands around, it con
from the ceo of deloitte on the meeting. take a listen. >> it was more an education, a discussion and i was actually pretty happy to see business at the table being able to engage in important policy issues. there was no pressure or direction in terms of what positions to take or not take. >> and that's important because there are some competing visions out here. you have the president pushing for his plan but republicans up on capitol hill and some democrats want to make sure that before there's any kind of major amnesty program or registration with some probation period on the pathway to citizenship, there's a lot more border security and enforcement of existing immigration laws. melissa? back to you. melissa: peter barnes, thanks so much for that report. now turning to our "money" power panel to weighn on how the president's economic agenda would be affected by immigration reform, with me is christian dorsey, economic policy institute and mercedes slap for former spokesperson for president george w. bush and steve camerota, center for immigration studies. what do you think about this
process in education . if schools are underperforming hit the breakings. >> what do you say monica. >> they are adult mersion of time out for kid. this would never happen in the private sector. cost is so outrageous. new york city alone 2012 cost taxpayers 20 million to keep th rubber rooms going . another million for substitute teacher and doesn't include the cost for taxpayerings. >> while we wait to find out if the kids were harassing the kids they're being paid. >> the system is laughable. there are amazing teachers out there and that's not what we talk about. we talk about the cracks in rubber rooms. stop paying the people. who cares about the loop holes. >> this is outrageous . what we have to do is step back and look at it. five percent and tracey is spot on. think about this. the best nations in the world that has the highest in education have are you percent of the teachers come from the one-third of college graupts . finland has it is teachers in the top 10 percent . we only get one-fourths. >> what are suggesting. we increase wages for teacherings. >> let me tell you wha
happens to others. >> yes, that is true. i showed up in this country, mit was kind enough to educate me and i went on to start a public company. the existing company has thousands of employees. over a billion dollars revenue in a little over a decade. every person i employees probably 10 other people that are employed by partners at other companies. so it makes no sense to spend hundreds of thousands educating these kids and then forcing them to go back home. liz: you and i have spoken before about this. if somebody's getting a college degree here, you should stamp the green card right there upon their graduation, put it on the diploma and say stay here, we are your friend if you want to start a business. think of your own experience, think of google, you look at them and say think of how many people they now higher. yahoo was founded by immigrant kids. these are real opportunities for this nation, what are we doing wrong, what should we be doing to get it right? >> we have to make these kids will come. if you walk through the halls of any graduate program, in the engineering school, mo
a free education how would you feel about that? john: the alabama coach? >> we live in a society we have labor rights for people can negotiate salaries. it doesn't make sense they make millions of dollars nobody turns on the college basketball game to see the coach they look for the players. icahn the parents share in the revenue? john: there's not much of a movement they don't complain >> the complaint. if they speak freely on the issue the ones understand how much money is made are very resentful. remember the fab five from the university of michigan's chris webber talks about seeing his jersey on sale for $100 if he cannot afford to go to mcdonald's. nobody gives that many to be next. the quickest way to get a fair result is for players to get to the final four and say we don't go on the court and tell the family gets many. then they don't get paid and i guarantee they would come to the negotiating table quick. john: i agree with you. but most americans do not agree with us. >> no. >> no. >> no. >> no. absolutely not. >> they go to school to learn. >> it takes away from the greatness
, but also high-tech jobs, jobs in medical fields and high specialization and higher education type jobs because it spreads the wealth throughout the country. buying their fuel, we have the largest resource base in the world in north america, all we have to do is be able to get at it. the reason it is happening is because it is happening on nonfederal government land. on the government land next door, nothing is happening. liz: california was basically dealt off of a goldrush. do you agree reduction could double every 18 months, does that sound right to you? >> the increase could double. it would be tough to push that to doubling but i will tell you this, last year on a private land, distinction between what the government is doing and the private land, increased oil in the united states with the highest it has been since the first oil well was drilled in 1859 in pennsylvania. same thing for natural gas. we are loaded with energy now, we don't have to worry about the scarcity argument anymore. will we let our people go to work, produce the jobs and produce the wealth and all the great th
education, training, energy and national security will cost us jobs it will slow down our recovery. it is not the right thing to do for the economy, it is not the right thing for folks that are out there still looking for work. the good news is this does not have to happen. for all the drama and disagreements we have had over the last few years, democrats and republicans have been able to come together and cut the deficit by more than $2.5 trillion through a mix of spending cuts and higher rates on taxes for the wealthy. a balanced approach has achieved more than $2.5 trillion in deficit reduction. that is more than halfway towards the $4 trillion in deficit reduction that economists and elected officials from both parties believe it is required to save our debt. i believe we can finish the job with a balanced mix of spending cuts and more tax reform. the proposals that i put forward during the fiscal cliff negotiations, and discussions with speaker boehner and others, are still very much on the table. i just want to repeat, do deals that i fell forward, the balanced approach of sp
movers, weak outlook from green mountain coffee roasted, better than expected profits at education company devry. and over 7%, internet services company akamai slowly reporting revenue growth, good news on big time up about 18% and surprise fourth quarter profit from insurance giant allstate. could we get a look at that, allstate is up about 2 1/4%. better than expected profit in real estate brokage. cbre trading up about 10% now and robot maker, cautious first quarter guidance. and that affected the stock big time over 7% and better than expected profits in auto parts, retailer o'reilly automotive, that stock jumping over 10%. does george lucas know something that we don't? why is george lucas filing paper work that would allow him to sell his shares in disney? 2 billion dollars worth of shares? we're going to be asking our stock guy coming next. (announcer) at scottrade, our clients trade and invest exactly how they want. with scottrade's online banking, i get one view of my bank and brokerage accounts with one login... to easily move my money when i need to. plus, when i call my
senior workers and get them into training education capacities, that can really help the economy. so we don't wind up with those skills gaps. one of the places we're struggling in is nursing. we have such a shortage of skilled nurses. if we can use some of these people to help us train, it cannot necessarily be a lose-lose for the economy. >> okay. thanks, guys. coming up, why the new push for green gas may not only cost you more green, it might cost you your car's engine. and want to know who is going to win the big game tomorrow? our guys have never been wrong and they've got money making tips to go with the winner ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] a full life measured in seats starts with the right ones early on. car crashes are the number one killer of children 1 through 13. learn how to prevent deaths and injuries by using the right car seat for your child's age and size. >>> the green push now backfiring on cars? a new report says the gas blend could actually ruin your vehicle's engine. that's what 15% eth knoll in it. john, time to slam the brakes on greener gas?
help educate so people can make an intelligent decision, and healthcare is a huge issue, but this is the right issue, to educate the people to make their own decisions, but, the government length lating i legit going to solve the problem it will backfire. charles: if the government were to get involved, would it be a good place to start with food stamps and welfare recipients to put limits on what they can buy, since they are using taxpayer money. >> i'm not sure what welfare has to do with feeding children in school. this is quite difficult, if you look at map of food deserts, you can -- >> that is a cop-out. that is a cop-out, let me tell you, -- >> it is not a cop-out. charles: if you open a salad stastand -- no one goes there. >> you can't for get about that, you are trying to take fact that you want to look at. charles: i'm trying to have a legitimate conversation, i. >> i'm trying to have this this conversation with you. charles: i'm telling that you is 1000% junk, that is bunch, phony, that is not true, people go to super markets, they walk past the apples and buy
to the fabric of our society, we see the upper income higher educated immigrants who perhaps have gone to graduate school here, who are not able to pursue that entrepreneur rally spirit and fored to create the jobs back at home rather than adding to our economy here. tom: david, seems like, what we're talking about so far, i think that shows up in history, when our economy is good. and our economy is strong, and unemployment is low, people don't pay that much attention to the immigration issue, they gripe about it, but that is about it, now, you know, as man monica said there are a lot of people that are hurting they are saying these people will take your jobs they and interfere with our fragile economy. >> you know, wealth is not a zero-sum game, you know the problem that of the welfare state too large to assimilate a large number of people like this, many who'll need benefits is one thing. on the other hand from economy perspective we're always you know not able to find enough -- in high skill category, but even low skill, businesses are not able to find workers they need. you know,
the economic gap between the races. he thinks that education is the most effective solution. >> better to educate people and leave them ignorant and unemployed. it must start with prenatal care, head start and day care on the front side. not just welfare on the backside. ashley: that was the reverend jesse jackson speaking out on education. tracy: we have breaking news now for you. "wall street journal" reporting that time warner cable ceo glenn britt will step down at year's end the source says the stock is down, the stock is down two third of a percent again. time warner cable ceo glenn britt stepping down according to "the wall street journal.". hmmm. >>> all right. we have automakers turning some heads with their january sales. ashley: yeah. tracy: even auto expert rebecca lindland says she is amazed by some of them. she is our guest next. ashley: everyone wants a new car. let's look at the winners and losers with the dow the big winner. here are other companies that are moving higher. we'll be right back. ♪ ashley: here it is. half past the hour. tequila to the dow 30, a sea of
education capacities, that can really help the economy. so we don't wind up with those skills gaps. one of the places we're struggling in is nursing. we have such a shortage of skilled nurses. if we can use some of these people to help us train, it cannot necessarily be a lose-lose for the economy. >> okay. thanks, guys. coming up, why the new push for green gas may not only cost you more green, it might cost you your car's engine. and want to know who is going to win the big game tomorrow? our guys have never been wrong and they've got money making tips to go with the winner with the spark cash card from capital one, olaf gets great rewards for his small business! pizza! [ garth ] olaf's small busins earns 2% cash back on every purchase, ery day! helium delivery. put it on my spark card! [ pop! ] [ garth ] why settle for less? great businesses deserve great rewards! awesome!!! [ male announcer ] the spark business card from capital one. choose unlimited rewards with 2% cash back or double miles on every purchase, every day! what's in your wallet? out for drinks, eats. i have very well
, the senator plans to call officials from treasury, health and human services department of education and homeland security, all to testify about those proposed cuts as early as next week. no gag order on the secretary. the white house rolling out the big gun to boost the call for delay in implementing the sequester. the pentagon later i quit the request to stop the march first defense cuts from becoming reality, but senate and house republicans have altogether different view. fox news chief legal correspondent has our report. >> republicans made a pair of big statements today. the house g.o.p. today passed a measure: the president dismissed to congress by april 1 a budget that balances in 10 years. increasingly frustrated that the solution to decades of deficit spending is more taxation. >> the president doesn't believe we have a spending problem. he believes spending causes economic growth. if that were true, the economy today would be thriving. it isn't thriving. washington has to deal with its spending problem. i watched him kick the can down the road, i have had enough of it. >>
the forced educe claimed to get secondary contracts between the school district especially because of steve cook to extend the contract just the of clause for they have to pay the union to extend just those just 10 years as a to do with wages or benefits or working conditions but preventing them from getting right to work rights for tenures. is that good for membership were just that we do everything we can to make sure we get ours? gerri: you are there. is there any reaction inside the union membership? you've got to think people will not like these tactics and that they are being told what to do civic union members feel they are in purgatory. that with two months from now they tried to take that away and extend contracts for a decade. a lot feel the rug has been pulled out from under them. gerri: the impact his economically extends to all states. what if all country was right to work? >> to specifically talk about the 22 states that gave workers freedom, we see higher wage growth and population growth and factor in cost of living, they're actually making more. from the economic standpoint
effective answer to securing the safety of verse children, the new count board of education has now sided with him and his proposal. the newtown board voted to put more armed police officers in the town's four elementary schools, army officers have been stationed at the school since last month's shooting at sandy hook elementary said. next year's budget only funded officers the middle and high schools. proposal now has the backing of a solid majority of americans as well. 8q research poll on the issue finds that most of us, 64 percent support armed guards in our school. only 32 percent opposed. is the president backtracking on the contraception mandate? what is the deal? fox news chief washington correspondent with our report. the market's explosive january rally extending into february. we will be talking with economist john lonski aout whether the economy is ready to follow the market. ♪ with the spark cash card from capital one, sven gets great rewards for his small business! how does this thing work? oh, i like it! [ garth ] sven's small business earns 2% cash back on every purche,
out autos, and wall street, medical, education, emergency are call heavily impacted a manipulated by government, fiscal rectitude we cannot mention that. and sound money, he would be appalled to see the kind of reckless wild almost lunatic money prints that is going on by the fed today, especially it was done by republican appointees. high thought greenspan was a solid conservative gold standard man, high turned out to be the biggest money printer to occupy federal reserve, then republicans appointed bernanke who is an out and out keynesian, and has monetized trillions of the debt, ronald reagan was opposed to all of, that here we are 30 years later, this is where it has done, not only because of the democrats that is why i'm upset, because the republicans have taken us down this path. charles: interesting because, ronald reagan worked with volcker. at the time he of a question mark to his policies, but do you think one essential thing that that changed is the inability of americans to accept any form of pain, the notion there should always be a soft landing delivered by whether m
on this by so-called educating the people? >> it is just a lot of talk with no action behind it. if you want to know how they feel about the struggle between environmentalists and people who need energy for the economy, let's watch what happens. rather than looking at committees, look at action and see what happens and i would say focus on keystone. >> more gatorade or whatever, i don't know. liz: it is always a riot, thank you. when this funniest and smartest. super bowl tickets are expensive, but staying home will be as well. a more than 10% since last year, we have the best i in the country to talk about this. john lonski is ceo and i thought it was an oil change. we are a restaurant and bar. liz: not to be facetious, but why is there a run on chicken wings? >> it's incredible. when the server first chicken wing in 1976, people were cutting the wings off the chicken and throw them away. we had to give the wings away because no one would buy them. we finally convinced people to try them and today, it's the high-scoring item on the menu in 2012. liz: they have become as precious as gold. i'
it is possible to get out there but the challenge is that the education that needs to be given to these people to be effective at countering the hackers is a very in depth technical education. tracy: right. >> and people need to get, to get taught up, basically. tracy: yeah. right. we need staff to teach these people as well. you know, quickly, you said earlier cyberterrorism, really big broad term. i mean, we could be talking about somebody attacking our country and just shutting wall street down or shutting the lights off on everything all together. how do you guard against that? >> well, there's a lot of interdepend den sis between the systems but there is also a lot of safeguards between the systems. i think having a wholesale shutdown of wall street or the entire electric grid is still fairly difficult it achieve, at least for any long periods of time. so a lot of these organizations that are, that face, that are critical infrastructure, that face these sorts of problems, they're already working with the government. they have been identified and they are in these partnerships with governm
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. >> what did he do? it is an educational question for the children. what did the treasury secretary give the market? >> that is why your book is so important. >> fiscal policy and monetary policy. printing money helps the stock market. fiscal policy, stimulus either through tax cuts or spending money helps jobs. think of the dichotomy here. that is what i do all day. liz: thank you. closing bell ringing in 28 minutes. all signs in the market point to comfort and complacency. yes, it certainly looks low. usually a sell signal, but as u.s. car we heading straight from market shock, here comes the contrarian view. joining as after the break to tell us what is in store. >> announcer: you never know when, but thieves can steal your identity and turn your life upside down. >> hi. >> hi. you know, i can save you 15% today if you open up a charge card account with us. >> you just read my mind. >> announcer: just one little piece of information and they can open bogus accounts, stealing your credit, your money and ruining your reputation. that's why you need lifelock to relentlessly protect what
just making money. doctors have a higher purpose. they heal people. teachers educate. architects design buildings. business is the greatest value creator in the world. that's its purpose, to create value for customers, create value for all of its stake holders, its employees, suppliers, investors and the larger communities that we're part of. liz: you know, as a very strong business, you start with what some people might think would be a very softy heart, and in your book, one of the things that jumped out at me was your version of imagine. and we pulled out some of these, and when you talk about your version of imagine, you're talking about imagine a company that, for example, is a business born out of a simple dream. we will talk about your dream in a second. a business that cares about customers' well being. a business that hires with great care. what was the original dream here for you? >> the original dream was basically to sell healthy food to people and help them live a healthier lifestyle, earn a living, and have some fun. of course our purpose has evolved over time. now we're a
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